headlines. the supreme court hears cases today for the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia.
at the headlines. the supreme court hears cases today for the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia. the court is evenly split idealogically among the eight members. president obama plans to nominate a replacement over the objection of republicans who say that job should fall to his successor. >>> new numbers offer dramatic
airport outside of the capital. he leaves a vacancy on the supreme court and a battle over filling it. president obama will nominate a successor once the senate however, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says the next president should nominate someone and not president obama. >>> a new study suggesting that teenage boys who don't get enough sleep may be at risk of getting type 2 diabetes. researchers at penn state looked at the sleep patterns of 700 people. following them from childhood to adolescence.
today on the "today show" in about 10 minutes. retired supreme court justice sandra day o'connor disagrees with fellow republicans and urges president obama to fill the newly vacant seat on the supreme court quickly. in an interview, o'connor said the president should name a nominee as soon as possible despite threats from congressional republicans determined to block any nominee the president chooses. the justice to replace antonin scalia will replace him and o'connor called the partisan chatter over the nomination, unnecessary and said the president should get on with a there is an investigation to a car bomb attack in turkey. authorities cleared the scene of remaining vehicles in the explosion and officials said the bomb went off in the turkish capital on wednesday and vehicles were carrying military personnel. 20 people were killed and 61 injured. no immediate claim of responsibility was given. the prime minister of turkey pledged that authorities would find those behind the bombing. authorities imposed a news blackout barring the media showing images of dead or injured or re
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